Good Grief -
15 Republican Senators have made a deal on the Amnesty Bill - Toll
Free number to call them!
WARNING on using toll free
This phone service was
created by very dubious sources (read bottom of message). It is very
possible that each phone call results in a "text" message of support
for amnesty being sent to the Senators also. If you need to use a
toll free number use this number carefully and during regular EST
It is better to call the
regular phone numbers for their district offices in your State or
the regular switchboard numbers. Contact information below.
If you are having trouble getting through the Capitol
switchboard to express your opinion about the Bush-Kennedy shamnesty,
there's a special hotline number you might like to try.
1-800-882-2005. (Spanish number)
1-800-417-7666. (English number)
The hotline is paid for by something called the Coalition for
Comprehensive Immigration Reform and it�s being blasted to pro-open
borders groups all over the country. The hotline gives its callers
access to their senators that average Joes don�t have.
Here's what the "Coalition for Comprehensive Immigration
Reform" is directing its pro-illegal alien activists to do:
Call between 9:00am and 5:00pm Eastern time.
When you call, you will hear a recording
1) The system will scan your phone number (or ask you to
enter it) to verify your Senators.
2) The system will ask which Senator you would like to be
3) Before connecting, you will hear a brief message about
immigration reform to deliver.
4) After the message, you will be connected to your Senator.
5) After you are done, be sure to call again and connect to
your other Senator's office.
Now, you can use it, too:
1-800-882-2005. (Spanish number) 1-800-417-7666. (English
Operators are standing by...
This works for every State, at least
for now. Take advantage of the free call NOW. Tell them to kill
Who is the "Coalition for Comprehensive Immigration Reform?"
An umbrella group for every major pro-open borders outfit--many of
which receive generous taxpayer subsidies. From a March 2007 press
A coalition of local immigrant advocates, national policy
groups, labor unions, faith-based groups, and ethnic organizations
have come together under the umbrella of the Coalition for
Comprehensive Immigration Reform (CCIR) to mount an unprecedented
nationwide campaign to support passage of workable comprehensive
immigration reform legislation in Congress this year.
"This campaign is unprecedented in the pro-immigration
community," said Cecilia Munoz, Senior Vice President of the
National Council of La Raza. "Never before have we brought together
under one banner such a formidable political coalition to fight for
passage of comprehensive immigration reform. We now have the money,
the people and the political will to punch this vital issue over the
goal line in Congress and make America a better place to live and
The campaign already has approximately $4 million on hand, and
is expanding its war chest for what many believe will be a defining
legislative debate in Congress this year. The campaign is anchored
in the work of leading local and national groups committed to
comprehensive immigration reform that will work and that will pass.
It will feature a strong central staff headquartered in Washington,
DC supported by a bi-partisan team of lobbyists, communications
specialists and a field operation in 30 key states.
CCIR launched its effort over the weekend in Washington by
bringing together field organizers from 29 states to hammer out
strategy and refine legislative targets. In addition, the campaign�s
Strategy Council met to consider legislative strategy and policy
priorities. The members of the Strategy Council are:
ACORN, Asian American Justice Center, Center for American
Progress, Center for Community Change, Coalition for Humane
Immigrant Rights of Los Angeles (CHIRLA), Catholic Legal Immigration
Network (CLINIC), Denver Area Labor Federation, El Centro, Inc., El
Pueblo, Hate Free Zone, Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society, Illinois
Coalition for Immigrant and Refugee Rights, Irish Lobby for
Immigration Reform, LA County Federation of Labor, Leadership
Conference on Civil Rights, LULAC, Massachusetts Immigrant and
Refugee Advocacy Coalition, MALDEF, NAACP, NAKASEC, NALACC, National
Capital Immigrant Coalition, National Council of La Raza, National
Immigration Forum, National Immigration Law Center, Nebraska
Appleseed, New York Immigration Coalition, PCUN/CAUSA, SEIU, SEIU
32BJ, SEIU Florida Healthcare Union, Tennessee Immigrant and Refugee
Rights Coalition, U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops, UNITE HERE,
UNITE HERE Local 226 Las Vegas, UNITE HERE New Jersey State Council,
United Farm Workers, United Methodist Church - General Board of
Church and Society.
The CCIR Board is comprised of Munoz, (Chair); Frank Sharry,
National Immigration Forum; Deepak Bhargava, Center for Community
Change; Chung Wha Hong, New York Immigration Coalition; Eliseo
Medina, SEIU; and Tom Snyder, UNITE HERE.
Where did that $4 million come from? From something called
"The Atlantic Philanthropies:"
Atlantic has made three grants to date in support of this
effort: a planning grant in the amount of $100,000, and two core
support grants, one in 2004 which was renewed in 2005, totaling
$7m.The initial planning grant enabled these twelve advocate groups
� from labor, community development, ethnic identified groups,
national immigration advocacy, and regional immigration coalitions �
to come together at a common table and set a coordinated agenda and
strategy.The two core support grants enacted this strategy � through
advocacy, lobbying, communications, message and media development,
grassroots mobilization and education efforts. To widen the reach
and coordination of this "inside/outside" strategy, a sister
501(c)(3) coalition, The New American Opportunity Campaign, was
created by the CCIR. Grant Data
* Project: Immigrant Rights * Programme: Reconciliation &
Human Rights * Region Served: United States * Grantee: Coalition for
Comprehensive Immigration Reform * Amount Awarded: $4,000,000 * Year
Awarded: 2005 * Duration: 24 Months (31 Aug 2005 to 29 Aug 2007)
And yes, this philanthropic group has ties to open-borders
billionaire George Soros:
Gara LaMarche is President and CEO of The Atlantic
Philanthropies. He joined Atlantic in April 2007 to lead the
organisation through its final chapter as the foundation disburses
its remaining $4 billion endowment and completes active grantmaking
Before joining Atlantic, LaMarche served as Vice President and
Director of U.S. Programs for the Open Society Institute (OSI), a
foundation established by philanthropist George Soros. LaMarche
joined OSI in 1996 to launch its U.S. Programs, which focuses on
challenges to social justice and democracy.
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